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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on Religion in its Initial Stage. It needs to be at least 1750 words.
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on Religion in its Initial Stage. It needs to be at least 1750 words. Consists of thirteen volumes, “The Confessions” narrates the birthplace and initial years of the writer’s life. Born in the African state of Numidia (modern Algeria), to a pagan father and Christian mother in 354 A.D., St. Augustine had very liberal ideas about life. Himself a pagan like his father, the young Augustine was an intellectual and had been blessed with a brilliant brain and magnificent ideas. Cicero’s Hortensius also influenced his mind. it is, therefore, converted to another faith, called Manichaean, at the age of 20. Augustine was dexterous in rhetoric, which he taught during his stay in Carthage, Rome, and then the royal court of Milan subsequently. His stay at Milan brought significant changes in his life, as he had related the story of his traveling to the royal court and delivering speeches according to the imperial instructions in the fourth volume of his book. He wanted to throw away the load of the over-burdened royal commands, which had created fuss and frustrations in his life. Her mother followed him from Numidia to Rome and Milan, as she had been very much worried about the religious beliefs of his son. Being an orthodox and highly devoted Catholic, she was eager to convert Augustine to the same faith.
Though once pagan and Manichaean, St. Augustine was always eager to search out God, as the first chapter of the fifth volume reveals. Heal all my bones and let them say, “O Lord, who .is like unto thee? It is not that one who confesses to thee instructs thee as to what goes on within him. For the closed heart does not bar thy sight into it, nor does the hardness of our heart hold back thy hands, for thou canst soften it at will, either by mercy or in vengeance, “and there is no one who can hide from thy heat.” .